Hella FF 75 Light Kit Customer Reviews
121 Customer Reviews
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The Hella FF75 Light Kit boasts a combination of powerful light and compact size that's a true wonder of the world. At just 2 1/8" high, the unique oval-shaped lamp attaches virtually anywhere-even to crowded grilles and molded bumpers. With the unique mounting system, the possibilities are endless.
You'll be impressed by their illumination power, too. The Hella FF75 Light Kit employs twin Free-Form (FF) lights with specially-cut reflectors that add brightness and clarity to the beams. And, Hella FF75 Lights step-up the illumination with state-of-the-art H7 halogen bulbs.
The compact size and molly mounting make installation a breeze for the do-it-yourselfer. Plus, Hella includes all mounting hardware, a deluxe wiring harness and an in-cab control switch. Your Hella FF75 Light Kit also carries a 1-year warranty.
121 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Jon S (Falmouth, ME) Reviewed for a 2007 Nissan Frontier — Dec 26, 2013 10:50 AM
These lights are great for someone who needs lots of light in a small package. They pretty much fit anywhere you can think of. I mounted these to my roof rack and you barely notice them. If I didn't have a snow plow they would have fit nicely in my bumper openings. My stock high beams pale in comparison. Wiring them takes a bit of extra work as you need to crimp all the connections, but the end result is perfect length for your intended routing. I'll be buying these for my other vehicles as well
Reviewed by Larry C (RENO, NV) Reviewed for a 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee — Dec 20, 2013 9:28 AM
Finally a company that gets it, fog lights. simply put, if you can see the bulb or any part of the reflector when standing in front of your car, then the light fails as a fog light! The reflector in this light is powder coated black on the bottom side, and the bulb is coated black on the front. This adds up to no light being projected up in front of your car, meaning no lighting the fog like a wall of white in front of your vision. This is the first fog light designed as a foglight,and it works!
Reviewed by Michael F (MELBOURNE, FL) Reviewed for a 2003 Mercury Grand Marquis — May 26, 2013 5:44 PM
I don't find these lamps any brighter than my headlights. Once is brighter than the other. The wiring that is included is a do it yourself type kit where you cut the lengths necessary and pinch the end on. I would not recommend.
Reviewed by Robert G (TRAVERSE CITY, MI) Reviewed for a 2002 Toyota Highlander — Oct 16, 2012 7:27 AM
Installed on my 2002 Highlander, much better drive light than the factory and a great addition to the seperate fog lights. recently driving thru 200 miles at night in the rain with fog and using both fog and drive i was able to see quite well. Definet must have
Reviewed by Leisa G (Yakima, WA) Reviewed for a 1990 Mazda Miata/MX-5 — Oct 07, 2012 9:35 PM
The shape of the lights work great with my Mazda Miata. These add a tremendous amount of light and I even use them during the day as driving lights. As far as the installation, I had them put in professionally, and by report this was difficult given my particular car make and cost me over $300. Aside from the installation cost, I love my lights and feel safer community weekly.
Reviewed by david l (Santa Barbara, CA) Reviewed for a 2006 Nissan Frontier — Aug 08, 2012 12:09 AM
I bought these to mount as rear lights on my Nissan Frontier's roof rack and couldn't be happier with them. They look perfect hanging under the crossbar and their low profile are perfect for my ride. The installation was easy and instructions very clearly illustrated. I highly recommend the lights, you won't be dissatisfied.
Reviewed by James F (Duluth, GA) Reviewed for a 2013 Chevy Malibu — Jul 04, 2012 10:40 AM
The factory/dealer foglights fit low and to the sides, and are tapered to fit the pre-cut openings (covered by plastic to match the bumper if foglights are not installed). They are expensive. So I opted for the more powerful Hella FF75s. We mounted them above the front bumper, by notching out some plastic grillwork. Had to reroute the wiring so as not to interfere with the radiator louvers which close at highway speeds (in order to reduce aerodynamic drag). Couldn't wire the Hellas into the factory foglight fuse block, so wired them directly and put an in-line fuse in place. Placed the on-off button inside the passenger compartment in an unobtrusive spot between the instrument dial and the center Malibu display panel and secured it with double-sided tape. The lights themselves wander out of position due to road vibrations, so will add a lock washer to secure them better. They look sharp.